Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s ‘Dirty: Platinum Edition’ Documentary Hits The ‘Net
Wu fans eager to watch Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s long-awaited documentary Dirty: Platinum Edition will be pleased to hear that disputes between the film’s production company New Hollywood Entertainment and ODB’s family have been resolved. A
fter ODB’s ex-wife cancelled the flick’s initial screening at the NuHo Online Film Festival last month, the indie company is now streaming the film online via their website in three installments. The Wu-Tang Experience package is the company’s priciest option but includes a new album titled New Wu Generation from the iconic Shaolin ensemble, featuring tracks from ODB, RZA and up-and-coming Wu artists.
The crew is also expected to drop its 20th anniversary album soon.
Dirty: Platinum Edition, directed by ODB’s cousin, Stephon “Raison Allah” Turner, delves into the short-lived career of the Wu-Tang’s enigma. It features unreleased music, interviews, and tons of never-before-seen footage of the rapper prior to his death caused by a drug overdose in 2004. Download Dirty: Platinum Edition at nuhofilmfest.com.